As Keller ISD looks to expand its visual teaching capabilities across the district, its new WLAN infrastructure supports future multimedia resources that will let teachers augment lesson plans with visual and audio learning tools to increase student focus and retention, officials say.
The Motorola solution also supports other technologies used inside and outside of the classroom, including personal devices such as mobile computers or Wi-Fi-enabled smart phones, as well as laptops—which can further enhance learning experiences, improve overall productivity for faculty and staff, and prepare students for the future.
“Video is a powerful tool for today’s educators that can significantly enhance the student learning experience,” said Tim Beekman, president and co-founder of SAFARI Montage. “But to truly benefit, schools need to have the right infrastructure in place to support the high bandwidth and quality of service required to deliver rich multimedia content, not just to the teacher’s classroom computer, but to all wireless devices—from netbooks to mobile phones.”
To learn more about Keller ISD’s wireless video streaming, register now for this FREE webinar on April 7.
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